LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - The Hanna Community Center will once again host "Hanna Fest" on Labor Day.
Along with great food, you can take in a car show, participate in the cake walk, play basketball or try your luck at bingo. Games will also be available for children. Plus, you can even take a ride on the Boilermaker Express. Entertainment at this year's festival includes gospel from local churches, acoustic music by Jeff Anderson and sounds from D.J. Wendell.
The festival is the Hanna Center's biggest fundraiser of the year. The event draws hundreds of people to the center for the Labor Day holiday. The festival takes place Monday, Sept. 2 from noon until 5 p.m. at the Hanna Community Center which is located at 1201 North 18th Street in Lafayette. Admission is free.
The Hanna Community Center offers programs and assistance for people when they need it most. Sponsors for this year's "Hanna Fest" include Alcoa, Evonik, Bison Financial Group and Caterpillar.
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